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April 21, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

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PAGE SEC THE P06TVILLE HERALD. XE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, APIQ, LUANA St. John's Lathcran Church r*ul Vf. Adtx, Pastor ' Sunday. April 25. Sunday School and Bible Class at 9:30 a. m. Church Service at 30:30 a. m. Afternoon and evening Luther League Rally at Dundee, Iowa. Thursday evening, Apr. 22—Choir practice at S. and Mrs. Roy Baumgart and family, Mrs. Alta Healy and daughters, Alta Marie and Maragaret. of Owatonna Minn., . who spent the weekend among relatives. Mrs. • Fred Brims is recovering nicely from a siege of pneumonia at her home. Mr. and Mrs. George Harnack of Farmersburg spent Sunday with -Mr. and Mrs. Lou Engelhardt. ^ •' ^"""Mr. an<T"Mrs. Fred~"B~ruTS\ sold i" their home to Mr. and Mrs. Myron < Dettman the past week and possession will be given about June 1. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Lindroth and family of St. Olaf were Sunday guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lindroth. Louis Schrader who is attending Upper Iowa University at Fayette spent a few hours with his grandparents,- Mr. and Mrs. Lou Engelhardt, Sunday. Mrs. Roy Kruse, who recently submitted to an operation at the Postville Hospital has returned to her home, and friends are glad she is able to be up and about the house. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baumgart and four children. Mrs. Alta Healy and daughters, Margaret and Alta Marie, of Owatonna. Minn., were Saturday and Sunday guests in the homes of Mrs. Minnie Collins, Ben Krambeer and Lynn Hangartner. Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Brien and daughter, Ruth, of McGregor, Mrs. i Cora Krambeer of Postville, Mr.) and Mrs. Lawrence Bollman and family of Monona, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Krambeer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krambeer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Koopman and family, Mr. and Mrs. j Lynn Hangartner and family. Mrs. Minnie Collins and sons, Eugene and Carlton, Henry Krambeer, Mrs. Wm. Jacobi, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Leas, Mr. and Mis. John Doerring and family, all of Luana.. were picnic dinner guests in the Ben Krambeer home Sunday in'honor of Mr. Dance MATTER'S BALLROOM Decorah, Iowa Sat., April 24 Music By LES HARTMANN And The WMT Iowa Cornhuskers Old and New Time Dance Music LUANA HI-SPY jBraaiaii!8iiiiiiii !!Bmii!ii ;ayiB!'.:iiiiiiiiiiiui ;iii !iiBiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiii! TWO FOR ONE NIGHT ONE COUPLE (Lady and Gent) for only— 69c Plus Tax Single Admission — 69c plus tax SO BRING TOUR PARTNER'. Music By JOLLY RIDGE HILLBILLIES Pbyinr the Music You Like- In A Style We Know You'll Like Sat, April 24 IN PERSON! DON REID — and his — ORCHESTRA "AMERICA'S SMOOTHEST DANCE MUSIC" - - featuring - GWEN PARKE BILL HOWARD A HOST OF RADIO STABS Tiies., April 27 Gottenberf, Iowa Senior Class Play. The senior class play, "Good Night Ladies," will be presented at the Luana hall on April 28 at eight o'clock. Here is the plot in brief: The Raleigh youngsters, Helen, Jane and Sam, have inherited an old house near the campus of Gray son College, but it is mortgaged and they are on the point of losing -|t. As a last resort, the girls have decided to use the old house for a dormitory, hoping that the revenue from it will take care of expenses. Aunt Barbara and Aunt Flora Stevens are willing to come to act as matrons for the dormitory which the youngsters have planned. A postponement of the aunts' arrival brings about a crisis; for Miss Eggleby, dean of women, threatens to spoil the dormitory plan when she refuses to allow any girls to occupy the dormitory until the proper supervision has been put into effect. Students begin to arrive, but the dean immediately commands them to go elsewhere. In order, therefore, to save the project, a bold scheme is hatched. We can't ruin the play for you by telling you all. Come and enjoy the side-splitting complications. Larry Dobson. a- student who works for the telegraph company on the side, says he will fake a telegram stating that the aunts have changed their plans and will arrive within a few hours—provided, of course, some plan can be worked out to dupe the dean until the aunts actually arrive. Into the mesh of deceit come various new students and—very important, indeed—Professor Dexter. The professor is not fooled for long, but being a first-rate chap, and still cherishing fond memories of Flora, one of the aunts, from the time they dissected frogs together in class, he keeps the secret dark. He does more than that. Much more. Eventually he is named head of the college by the board— and just in time; for the dean finds out the awful truth about the hoax and is on the point of expelling all concerned when she finds that the professor has taken things pretty much into his own charitable hands. Don't miss this hilarious comedy! Honor Roll. The honor roll for the fifth six weeks period is as follows: Donnafred Wagner, 4 A's; Shirley Hinman, 3 A's; Elaine Doerring, 3 A's 1 B; Darlene Wagner, 3 A's 1 B; Beverly Nelson, 4 A's; Jacquelyn Doerring, 4 A's. Ruth Miller, Ardyth Wagner, Richard Russett, Billy Landt and Carlton Martins each received 2 A's and 2 B's. Beverly Schrader, Joyce Nelson^ and Dorothy Wagner had an "A" average in Junior High. First and Second Grade. Our attendance is much better this week. We now have only four pupils out with the measles. Those with perfect attendance last six weeks were Keith Doer ring, Josephine Scheffert, Junior Hoth, Donald Stadtmiller and Robert Scheffert. The first grade finished a supplementary reader, entitled, "Rides and Slides," this week. "Better" Used Gars 1947 Chevrolet "Aero" S-Door— Radio & heater; 2 -tone; very low mileage. 19*7 Plymouth "Special Deluxe" Sedan—Radio & heater. Blue, like new. 1946 Chevrolet "Stylemaster" 4- Door Sedan—Black finish; excellent condition. 1916 Chevrolet "Stylemaster" 2- Door Sedan—Blue finish; excellent condition. 1942 Buick "Super" 4-Dr. Sedan— i Radio, heater, etc.; very nice. 1943 Ford V-8 Deluxe Tudor. 1941 Hudson "Commadore 8" Convertible — Radio, heater, overdrive; tike new. 1941 Studebaker "Champion" _ Tudor—Radio, heater, overdrive; very nice. v 1941 Ford V-8 Deluxe CL Coupe. 1941 Dodge 2-Dr.—Radio, beater. 1940 Chevrolet "Special Deluxe" 2-Dr.—Radio Sc heater; motor overhauled. 1939 Ford "Deluxe" Tudor. 1938 Chevrolet "Blaster" Tudor. 1937 Ford Sedan. 1937 Ford Tudor. 1937 Chevrolet Tudor. 1937 Buick Sedan—Radio, heater. 1934 Chevrolet 4-D»or. IMC Chevrolet 2-DMC. 19N Ford 2-Dowr. We have me of the large* ml clean lava. PBSXaWA. IOWA The second grade have been studying about writing letters in language this week. On Thursday, they each wrote a letter to one of their friends. Third and Fourth Grade. The fourth grade pupils are studying "Rock and Minerals," "How Scientists Know Minerals," and "The Story a Fossil Tells," in science. The third grade pupils^are studying about Indians and buffaloes. They are studying "Many Kinds of Farmers" also. All .the sick pupils are back in school now. They are enjoying the spring weather and all play outdoors at recess. David Doerring celebrated his birthday Friday by giving treats to the third and fourth grade pupils. They sang the birthday song for him. High School News. In English this week the seventh, ninth and tenth grades have been studying how to develop paragraphs, topic sentences, and outlines and have employed these by writing and telling stories. The eighth grade has been studying parliamentary procedure. The junior high took tests this week on enunciation, prounuciation and spelling, t > Bookkeeping for a professional man was introduced-td the book 1 , keeping students this week and they have been doing example bookkeeping problem. The typing students have been, working on tabulated reports all week using both the judgment placement plan and the mathematical placement plan. The sewing class have completed some very worthwhile projects. Completed articles include slips, dresses, blouses, skirts, fancywork, bedspread and towels. Mending and darning has been done too. The girls plan to have a style show soon in which they will model their self-made garments. The American literature students filled out their questionaires . over the books they read for book reports. They are now studying Edward Everett Hale and reading, "A Man Without A Country" NOTICE OF EXPIRATION. TO:—GEO. NEUMAN, MARY NEUMAN, HENRY F. BOLL, DANIEL L. STONE, HENRY BALL. DANIEL STONE. , You are Hereby Notified that the following described real estate, situated in Allamakee County, Iowa, to-wit:— The Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter and the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section thirty- three, Township ninety-six North, Range three, West of the 5th P. M., Allamakee County, Iowa, was sold for the taxes' of 1942 on the 6th day of December, A. D. 1943, to H. H. Douglass, that the Certificate of Sale thereof is now owned by H. H. Douglass, of Postville, Iowa, and that the right of redemption will expire, and a Treasurer's Deed for said land will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from the date of completed service of this Notice. You will govern yourselves accordingly. Dated this 2nd day of April, 3948. H. H. DOUGLASS, Certificate Holder. By HART & HART, His Attorneys. Address—Waukon, Iowa. CAST ALIA package it? Oncl WHk ROCK ISLAND All three are vitally important in getting your shipments through on time and in A-1 shape. By handling thousands of shipments of many kinds every day, Rock Island has gained valuable experience that may save you important money. For expert help, and information on rates and routes, askt E. G. KUCHRA, Commercial Agent KH - Mb Ave., 8 ..E, Cedar ••ases.l—» — AmeSUS ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH L. R. Metneeke, Pastor Thursday, April 22—8:00 p. m, "Grass Roots" for Luther Leaguers. The Luther Leaguers from Eldorado will be guests. Interne Hin- rlchs from Columbus, Ohio, will be guest speaker. Saturday, April 24—8:45 a. "m., Confirmation instruction. Sunday, April 25—9:30 a. m., Sunday School, • 10:30 a. m., Morning Worship. Monday, April 26—8:00 p. m., Lutheran Brotherhood. The brotherhood members from Eldorado will be guests for dartball. Kitchen chores by Walter Everman and Rev. Meinecke. Friday, April 30—8:00 p. m., Hippodrome in Waterloo will be the place to hear Dr. Hans Lilje. A free will offering will be taken at this service. The Wartburg College band and choir will be featured on the program. Sunday, May 7—7:00 p. m., North Fayette Federation of Luther Leagues at Hawkeye. •"•"A 7 lb. '"daughter, Sally Marie, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Orville "Koenig at the Decorah Hospital Thursday, April 15. *" "Mir. and Mrs. Alton Odegard and sons and Miss Florence Hanson of Waukon were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. -Steve Szabo and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandt and Lloyd and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandt attended a birthday party at the Ed Preuss home near Postville Sunday. Mrs. Valder Meyer spent Wednesday and Thursday with her husband, Valder, patient at the University Hospital in Iowa City- Mrs. Meyof returned home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Jr., and Arthur spent the weekend with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knudtson, and Julie, at Milford. Mrs. Schultz will remain for a longer visit. Mrs. Harry Harvey entertained at a birthday party Thursday evening, honoring her husband's anniversary. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Milo Peterson of McGregor; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Robbins of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. Milo Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harvey of Decorah; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kneeskern and Mrs. Earl Anderson and Jerry. The evening was spent playing "500." Mrs. Harlan Stee entertained the following guests in honor of her husband's birthday anniversary on Wednesday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burrett and Mary, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kloster of West Union; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tatro, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tatro and Susan, Mrs. Mary Tatro, Mr. and Mrs. Aimer Leo Nelson and children and Kenneth Tatro, all of Clermont; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stee, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stee and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stee, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt and children, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Stee and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara and daughters,and Helmer Hegland. FRANKVILLE School Program. A large crowd attended the school program at the church here Friday evening. The teachers. Miss Amelia Tesky of Decorah and Mrs. Leslie Latterman, conducted the program which was very interesting "Hail the Gentle Springtime" was sung by the entire school as an opening number and then Jerry Wolfe gave the welcome address. Elizabeth Kruger and Leslie Klepper recited a dialogue on "Warts" and Robert Monson, Judy Kiesau and Grant Snitkcr presented a number on "No More." "Billy Boy" was sung by Marietta Van Wey, Lila Stegen, Gary Snitker and Leslie Klepper, and "Modern Ride" by Paul Kneeskern and Alvin Behn. Groups of recitations were Riven by Ronald VanWey, Marilyn Hoffman; Janice Aschim, Dennis Kneeskern and Judy Snitker. A play, "Aunt Jane's Visit." was given by Marietta VanWey. Lila Stegen, Elizabeth Kruger and Vivian Hesse. • Songs were sung by Gary Bollman, Linda Klepper, Gale Snitker, Mary Jean Schroeder, Janice Van­ Wey and Bruce Bollman. A dialogue, "Birthday Spread," was given by Karl Evert. Jerry Wolfe, Leslie Klepper and Howard VanWey. Choral spelling, by Marietta Van­ Wey, Lila Stegen. Elizabeth Kruger, Karl Evert and Leslie Klepper. "Awakening of Spring" by the primary grades. Piano solo by Mrs. Latterman. "Boyhood Ambitions," by Jerry Wolfe. Gary Snitker, Leslie Klepper and Curtiss Lundt. "Our Class" by the primary grades. "Choral recitations. "Dandelions," primary and first grades. Flag salute by the school. Closing recitation, Janice VanWey. "Good Night Song" by the entire school. SHOULD PLANT GARDEN SEED AT RIGHT DEPTH The Women's Spring Presbyterial meets at Hopkinton Thursday and Friday, April 22 and 23. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Heins, and Elaine of near West Union were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Fred Grotegut and Mrs. Lydia Lundt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brouillet have sold their residence property in Frankville to Mr. and Mrs. Theo Henning of the Ludlow locality Possession will be given in the fall Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walby and Philis of Rock Island, 111., spent Sunday at the Alwin Walby home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kneeskern and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Kneeskern of Decorah were also present. William Niles was here Sunday for Community church services, due to the absence of Rev. Elzinga of Andrew who was to have conducted the services as a candidate for the position as pastor of the church. Rev. Elzinga will be here May 16. Get broadleaf trees out of your evergreen windbreak this spring, Iowa State College foresters say. They cut out sunlight and will kill the lower evergreen branches. I have purchased the Sweeney Oil Co. Bulk Plant, until recently operated by Merle Stee at Castalia, and take this method of soliciting your patronage and good will. Skelly Oil Products OILS, GASOLINES, ETC. will be handled as before. I will also maintain a complete truck service. I invite you to give me a ring, telephone No. 18-R-2 for the station, or No. 7-R-6 for prompt service. RAY E. SCHARA CASTALIA, IOWA THANK YOU- I wish to thank the public for their generous patronage and recommend Ray E. Schara, my successor, for the same good products and service you were given by me in the past. MERLE STEE CASTALIA, IOWA Start your seed properly if you want a good vegetable garden, advised Ed Cott, Iowa State College horticulturist. Nothing is more important than planting at proper depth, he says. A rule-of-thumb is to bury seeds to the depth of five times their diameter. For carrots, radishes and tomatoes that means H inch. For beets and squash one inch is best, and for peas, beans and corn IVJ inches. Thinning of such vegetables as carrots, beets, parsnips and lettuce is another point to remember. After the seedling is up above ground art one or two Inches It is timt gin the thinning operation, and beets should be left „ three. Inches apart, parsnip,; three Inches, and lettuce j| eight inches. Follow these two hints will have vegetables of nioif form size, your yield will Wi and the crop, will store better, NAP. Orville RIchman of Stormy took on expensive nap recenthl was driving his car at the tin the vehicle struck a farm dri and was virtually demolish* Richman was taken to tnVt with a dislocated shoulder;' DOG TA NOTICE Allamakee County DOG LICENSE FEES Become Delinquent on May 1, 1948. Penalty of $1.00 shall be added to eac.| unpaid license on and after said date. KEITH E. BIGELOvl Allamakee County Auditor HO MEM QUALITY HOUSINt A HOME YOU CAM BE PROUD I WITH THIH] HOMEWAT "PLUS VAl Beat the high building cost with a roomy, comfortable HOMEWAY ... Good looking on any site. Ready for delivery right now! Quickly and easily erected, using precision made sections that fit right in place. Quality materials—strong and neat appearing. 20 x 32 feet or 20 x 40 feet sizes with floor plans to suit your wishes; one, two or three bedrooms; with or without basement. Come in today and get details. MEYER'S • LOW IN COST • FULLY INSUU1 • EASILY I • GOOD I • STURDY.DUfc • GOOD I HIADY W0HI HOfj SIZtS AND ftOOIf THAT MKT YOUtl Four-County Hatchei Telephone No. 234 Postville, Io* ATTENTION FARMERS.. You have heard of the " Till-Mor Rotary Plot • • now you can see it in actual use? A public demonstration will be held ^ Shattuck farm, one-half mile west of ww on Highway No. 9, on Tuesday, April 21 at 1:30 o'clock P. M. This is the new machine that P lo ^ llg j and harrows in one operation, and also * ., s corn borers now in your fields. You are invited. ' Ludeking Implement Telephone No. 414 WAUK<^*| In case of rain the demoiu *ratioR be held at the same hour on Tuesday. W I

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